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Venue Information
Charing Cross Theatre

Charing Cross Theatre
The Arches, Villiers Street

Seating Plan


(1 min) The theatre is under Charing Cross station; it can be accessed at Cravens Passage just off Villiers Street

Review Summary
Average Rating: 5 out of 5 stars based on 1 review(s)


Latest Review: "Brilliant show,very dramatic,kept you on edge of seat from beginning to end, enjoyed it so much i sa..."

When we cast our minds back over the last few decades one name has stood out in the world of musical theatre and that name is Andrew Lloyd Webber, whose work has captivated audiences on both sides of the Atlantic. From Cats to The Phantom of the Opera these shows have captured imaginations and inspired countless others to follow in his footsteps.

So whenever one of his fantastic musicals returns to the capital this is always cause for celebration, so expect a lot of attention at the Charing Cross Theatre this Christmas as The Woman In White returns for a well-deserved appearance directed by Thom Southerland.

The Woman In White features an array of characters including Walter Hartright, Laura Fairlie, Marian Halcolmbe, Sir Percival Glyde and Count Fosco, amongst others. The plot, based on the novel by Wilkie Collins, takes us back to the 19th century and deals with Hartright as he works for Laura Fairlie. The latter is engaged to Sir Perceval Glyde, and Hartright develops feelings for her, whilst also trying to solve the mystery of the woman in white.

The musical first appeared in the West End when it was staged at the Palace Theatre in 2004 and it has since been staged around the world. On this occasion it will set up shop at the more-intimate Charing Cross Theatre and with direction from Thom Southerland audiences will know that they are in safe hands. After all, he has previously directed shows at the Charing Cross Theatre, the Southwark Playhouse and the Trafalgar Studios, amongst others, with credits like Death Takes A Holiday, Victor/Victoria and State Fair, to name but a few.

So once again we can enjoy the work of Andrew Lloyd Webber as the show he devised along with David Zippel and Charlotte Jones opens at the Charing Cross Theatre on Monday 20th November 2017.

Show Information
Booking From: Friday, 9th February 2018
Booking Until: Saturday, 10th February 2018
Show Status: This production is closed
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